Na Pali and Manuakepa
Monday, May 27 at 7:30 pm
Two outstanding Kauai groups offer their special style of Hawaiian music in this vintage performance from the PBS Hawaii studios. Na Pali and Manuakepa infuse their own special talents into traditional and original material. Songs include "Limahuli," "Hokulea Hula," "Moonlight Lady," "Lokelani Blossoms," "Hawaiian Love Chant" and more.
Na Mele Treasures I
This modern classic, recorded in 2006, features some of Hawaii's greatest talents: Robert Cazimero, Iwalani Kahalewai, Bill Kaiwa, Nina Kealiiwahamana and Emma Veary. This encore of the first installment in the Na Mele Treasures series is presented in memory of Uncle Bill and Aunty Iwalani, who have since passed on.
Na Lani Eha from Iolani Palace presented by Hawaiian Airlines
Contemporary local artists bring music from Hawaii's monarchy era to life from inside the majestic halls of Iolani Palace. PBS Hawaii was granted access to the historic palace, where TV cameras and crews are rarely allowed. The program features Marlene Sai, Robert Cazimero, Nina Kealiiwahamana, Haunani Apoliona, Dennis and David Kamakahi, Aaron Mahi, Kuuipo Kumukahi and the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame Serenaders, Jeff Peterson, Helene Woodward, Ilana Mahiehie Davis and the Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus directed by Nola Nahulu.